As you can guess, a cup of flour can vary in weight depending on the density of the type of flour used. Even age, storage and moisture content will affect the weight. If your recipe calls for a weight of a particular flour rather than a volume, follow the recipe and weigh it out. Kitchen scales are an indispensable tool.
There are 135 grams of graham flour or whole wheat flour in one cup. Per Australian measurement there are 135 grams of graham flour in one cup.
There is 124.919 grams of flour in every one cup. This means that there is 93.689 grams of flour in every 0.75 cups.
Approximately 124 grams of flour in a cup.
That is approximately 30 grams of flour
125 grams :)
There is 0. 21134 cups in 50 grams of flour. 60 grams of flour is equal to a half a cup. 40 grams of flour is equal to one third cup.
About 80 grams
A cup of flour is about 112 grams.
140 grams of flour is 1 cup of flour. Since there are 4 tablespoons of flour in one quarter of a cup, 140 grams of flour is 16 tablespoons of flour.
Yes one cup of flour 100 grams of flour approx. i.e. 115 gm
One cup of flour is 200 gm. -So 150 grams is 3/4 of a cup.
About 240 grams.
That is approximately 128 grams
One cup of all purpose flour weighs about 140 grams. One cup of bread flour weighs about 160 grams. One cup of cake flour weighs about 130 grams.
One cup has about 75 grams.
One cup of flour is 150 grams so 200 grams would be 1 and 1/3 cups.
About 126 grams
one cup of FLOUR is about 126 grams
When measuring flour, 409 grams would be equal to 1.73 cups. One cup of flour would be equal to 236.59 grams.
One cup of water is equal to 236 grams. One cup of flour is 125 grams. The mass depends on the density of the substance being measured.
One cup of flour is approximately 200 grams. 1200 grams would be 6 cups.
150 grams of flour will not fit into one cup. It is approximately 1.2 cups
Approximately 125 grams of flour in 1 cup.
25 grams is equal to one ounce of flour. In cups, 25 grams is equal to about 1/5 of a cup of flour.